Floodplains: Protecting & Restoring an Overlooked Ecosystem

A new tool helps protect the many values of floodplains for people and nature.

Matthew L. Miller

Bird Country: Saving the Riverina’s Last Wild Wetlands

In a dry corner of southeast Australia, life-giving wetlands sustain a huge array of birds—and a 50,000-year old culture.

Justine E. Hausheer

The Carp Show: An Inside Look at the Jumping Fish Invasion

Your guide to one of the most notorious fish invasions.

Matthew L. Miller

The Living Benefits of East Coast Dam Removal

Removing obsolete dams offer dramatic benefits for fish, the economy and the future.

Matthew L. Miller

Hellbenders Need You to Stop Messing With Their Bedrooms

That streamside rock cairn you posted on Instagram? It’s killing ancient salamanders.

Christine Peterson

Restoring Emiquon’s “Wetland of Dreams”

Restoring a large cornfield to a wetland isn’t a glimpse at the past, but a look to conservation’s future.

Matthew L. Miller

50 Fish, 50 States: Trout at 11,000 Feet

Fishing for a (formerly) extinct fish in the Colorado Rockies.

Matthew L. Miller

50 Fish, 50 States: The Bass of Emiquon

Chasing bass on a former cornfield turned restored wetland in Illinois.

Matthew L. Miller

Radio Tracking a Rare Crayfish

The Guyandotte crayfish was thought to be extinct. But it’s back.

John McCoy

Can Platypus Persist Alongside People?

Under threat from urban development, can this iconic Australian animal survive alongside us?

Justine E. Hausheer

A Night With the Platypus Scientist

Trapping for platypus is akin to searching for a needle in a haystack. A very adorable needle.

Justine E. Hausheer

50 Fish, 50 States: A Conservation Journey

A quest to catch 50 fish in 50 U.S. states – and to use each adventure to tell a conservation story.

Matthew L. Miller